All posts by Matthew Kaufman

Car Phone Mount Uses NanoSuction to Stick

Nano technology seeped its way into every area of consumer tech. The car phone mount is not exception to this epidemic. Fortunately, this epidemic resulted in a wave of technological improvements that keep bettering our lives. Lauco developed the next generation of car phone mounts that doesn’t annoy the crap out of you. Continue reading Car Phone Mount Uses NanoSuction to Stick

Movement Tracking Makes You the Controller

Wearable tech is a broad field, and developers have taken advantage of the possibilities. The recent developments into VR have introduced a host of new wearable tech made to fit active lifestyles. The e-skin proposes a new way to tackle movement tracking for VR, AR, and MR purposes. However, I see it as being a scientific endeavor. Continue reading Movement Tracking Makes You the Controller

Mouse Ledge Brings the Mouse Back to the Laptop

Laptops provide all the computing power and convenience in a tight package. However, mobility comes at a cost. Laptops trade the traditional and better performing mouse with a trackpad because it’s hard to use a mouse on a plane, car, or train. The Mouse Ledge brings the mouse back to the laptop for any mobile use… and we got to try it out. Continue reading Mouse Ledge Brings the Mouse Back to the Laptop

Plastic Welding is the New “Not Glue”

3D printing changed the world of innovation over the past 5 years. However, when simply repairing or filling in gaps, not much exists on the market. Superglue offers a brittle, quick-dry agent that temporarily fixes small issues. When you need a plastic repair, BondicEVO offers a liquid plastic welding tool that makes plastic fixes on-the-go. Continue reading Plastic Welding is the New “Not Glue”